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Bhartrhari , Indian Hindu philosopher
Bhartrhari is an great Indian Hindu philosopher.

Indian Hindu philosopher, poet and grammarian, Bhartrhari was of noble birth. According to a legend he made seven attempts to renounce the world for a monastic life before eventually becoming a yogi and moving into a cave near Ujjain. Vakyapadiya is his major work on the philosophy of language. Also ascribed to him are three collections of poetry, each containing 100 verses.

(Last Updated on : 10/01/2009)
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